Digital Buy-to-Let Broker Property Master Now Looking to Raise £250,000 on Seedrs

Property Master, a UK-based digital buy-to-let broker, has launched an equity crowdfunding campaign on Seedrs. The company is looking to raise £250,000 through the funding round.

Founded in 2016, Property Master states its fintech program enables real-time access to every deal from every lender so that clients may explore mortgage offers and quickly apply. The company noted that the digital tools are there for its clients to check at any time with alerts and reviews.

We have access to a unique database of lenders covering more than 2,000 buy-to-let mortgage products, some of which change on a daily basis. For more information about the database access please see the final section of this page. We’re confident our landlord customers can be sure the mortgages we present to them are the best deals. Additionally, the offers we present are already pre-screened for acceptance against institutions lending criteria. Our typical landlord customer could save £1,800pa with just a single click.”

Property Master then revealed that its vision is to bring the benefits of the increasing digitization of the property and banking market to private landlords, through the buy-to-let market. The company also reported in over time its aim is to become the destination site for the private landlord community. Founder and Chief Executive of Property Master, Angus Stewart, recently stated:

“To date, private landlords have been served by a fragmented marketplace of more than 12,000 traditional brokers typically offering access to a limited panel of lenders.  Our success rests on using technology to match individual landlords funding requirements against the real-time lending criteria of every buy-to-let lender in the market. The new regulatory and technological changes we are now seeing will enable us to improve still further the service we provide.”

All funds from the Seedrs round will be used to continue Property Master’s development and expansion. Since its launch, the campaign has raised more than £60,000 from nearly 50 investors. It is set to close at the beginning of spring.

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